leaders to Panday
it on to Dookeran
A group of 30-plus well-known Hindu community members
met yesterday with UNC founder Basdeo Panday to discuss
the strife-torn UNC and appeal to him to endorse estranged
UNC political leader Winston Dookeran to lead the
party and unite it...
fed cocaine critical
An eight-month-old baby boy is in critical condition
at San Fernando General Hospital after a relative
allegedly fed him cocaine to stop him from crying...
moves to Tamarind Square
Being blanked not once, but twice, from using Woodford
Square in Port-of-Spain to culminate their eight-day
walk, the T&T Civil Rights Association still intends
to meet its deadline, this time at Tamarind Square...
Parliament broadcast starts today
Todays resumption of Lower House sittings will
be marked by the testing of the Parliaments
long awaited live television broadcast
system, a Parliament spokesman said yesterday...
to consult Chatham residents next week
continuing debate over the benefits of an
aluminium smelter in south west Trinidad,
Alcoa, the worlds leading aluminium
producer, will hold a public consultation
with residents of the community next Wednesday...
is man... Dat is play
Raymond Choo Kong starred in Run for your
wife sometime in the 80s, I returned
to Little Carib Theatre each night, laughing
as hard as I did on premiere night. On opening
night back then I laughed so much I left
the Woodbrook theatre with a headache and
pains in my abdomen...
runner makes history in 400 metres
quartermiler Renny Quow ran himself into
the history books yesterday when he won
gold in the mens 400 metres at the
IAAF World Junior Championships in Beijing,
Rory OBrien has confidence in new
wave of growth
OBrien, Group CEO of Guardian Holdings
Ltd (GHL), acknowledges the consistent decline
in the companys share price matter-of-factly...
win pop music festival
of Revolution, a fresh local rock band,
emerged the winner of The Anchorage pop
music awards on August 12...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends